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The U.S. Representative for New Mexico's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Stevan Edward "Steve" Pearce (born August 24, 1947) is the U.S. Representative for New Mexico's 2nd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously held the seat from 2003 to 2009 and was an Assistant Minority Whip. Early life, education and career Pearce was born in Lamesa in Dawson County in west Texas but reared in Hobbs, New Mexico, where he currently resides with his wife, Cynthia. He attended college at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, having earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in economics. Afterward, he received a Master of Business Administration from Eastern New Mexico University in Portales. While at New Mexico State University, Pearce was elected president of the student body. He served in the Vietnam War as a C-130 ...
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Pearce Proposes Innovative Land-Use Legislation

Isn't it odd that mainstream news outlets like the Associated Press seem to ignore truly groundbreaking land-use legislation? Okay, maybe it's more predictable than odd! While Wilderness activist groups continue to push for legislation that would put more than two thirds of the public lands surrounding Las Cruces, New Mexico, into an outdated, restrictive designation (see Wilderness is a Child of the '60s That Never Grew Up article), a local Congressman has introduced a bill recognizing that "protection" does not mean locking the American public out of their lands. Congressman Steve Pearce ...

Let's not bail out the U.S. Postal Service

The United States Postal Service is about to default on its loan from the U.S. government. Many facilities, especially in rural areas of New Mexico, are faced with closure. Understandably, customers are frustrated and want to know how it got this bad in the first place. They deserve answers and they deserve solutions. USPS officials and some members of the various postal employee unions recently stated that they believe a piece of legislation, HR 1351 -- United States Postal Service Pension Obligation Recalculation and Restoration Act -- is the answer. This bill would bail out the USPS ...

Congressman Steve Pearce Sharpens Call for Renegade Logging

Rep. Steve Pearce (R-N.M.) sharpened his support today for Otero County’s plan to log national forest lands without U.S. Forest Service approval. Pearce has applauded the plan and vowed to fell the first tree on Sept. 17 on the Lincoln National Forest. The congressman’s press secretary, Jamie Dickerman, today issued a statement in the Summit Voice trying to explain why he thinks Otero County can log national forests without approval from the U.S. Forest Service and other federal agencies. “Congressman Pearce’s imagination knows no bounds when it comes to asserting ...

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Washington, DC (February 8, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce today joined New Mexico State Legislators and pro-life advocates for a Press Conference on the criminal referrals sent to New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas from the U.S. House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives, imploring the state and University leaders to address the blatant violations uncovered in the Panel’s investigation. Rep. Pearce released the following statement following the event: “I stand today with elected New Mexico officials to demand action from the Attorney General Hector Balderas. The findings by the Select Panel on Infant Lives raised serious concerns of ethical and legal violations by the University of New Mexico (UNM) and the Southwestern Women’s Options (SWWO) all at the taxpayers’ expense. Now, we have reached a critical point where UNM and the New Mexico Attorney General must decide if their negligence of laws and human life will be met with just punishment,” stated Rep. Pearc
Hobbs, NM (February 10, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce yesterday addressed a Joint Session of the New Mexico Legislature. Rep. Pearce released a follow up statement from his address to thank legislators for their time and hospitality. Rep. Pearce yesterday brought New Mexico legislators together to encourage unity and strength as they advanced towards a thriving and successful future on behalf of our State. “Thank you to all the legislators in the New Mexico State Capitol for having me speak yesterday on the Floor. The strength of our economy and the prosperity of our people depend on the common ground we can find. I look forward to working with all political parties in New Mexico and in U.S. Congress. While it might not be easy, it is our jobs. It’s time to come together for our constituents who entrusted us to get the job done.” To watch Rep. Pearce’s full speech from the New Mexico State Capitol, click HERE. ###
Washington, DC (February 7, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce today voted to overturn the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Planning 2.0 Rule. The Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA) allows local governments to coordinate with the BLM in the federal land use planning process. The BLM Planning 2.0 Rule was a last minute effort by the Administration to impose additional regulations on the planning process, ultimately limiting local community input. “Over time, we’ve established a set of commonsense regulations that ensure local governments and local communities are prioritized in federal land use planning. The BLM’s proposed rule strips local governments of their ability to coordinate in local land use planning with the agency on behalf of the people. This ultimately weakens input from surrounding communities and local citizens who are directly impacted by the management of federal lands. The BLM Planning Rule clearly prioritizes special interests over the protections of
Washington, DC (February 9, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce today was appointed by Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-WI) to serve on the Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group, an organization that is comprised of delegates from both countries for the purpose of preserving and strengthening their bilateral relationship. “I am honored to have been chosen to serve with my colleagues in Congress as we work to uphold an enduring relationship between the United States and Mexico. As representative of a district with nearly 180 miles of the southern border, I understand the considerable benefits a bilateral relationship has on the growth and prosperity of our state and of our nation. I look forward to providing my firsthand knowledge of border issues that affect New Mexico’s safety, security, and prosperity, and will do my part to ensure the best interests of the United States are upheld,” stated Rep. Pearce. The Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group was established in 1961 to encourage a comprehens

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